We had a great turnout at Mayor Betsy Price’s spring Fit15 Wednesday morning! Faculty, staff and students joined her on walk across campus to celebrate her initiative encouraging people to take 15-minute activity breaks during business hours. Steve Sosland, Chief People and Performance Officer, presented Mayor Price with a Values coin.
We’re continuing to strengthen our values-based culture! UNTHSC will launch an annual values-based leadership development initiative, the UNTHSC Fellows Program, in February. This first phase is designed for UNTHSC’s top 125 leaders, who must supervise at least two teammates to be eligible to apply.
Myriam Martinez-Banuelos found a way to create healthier communities both in Texas and in Mexico–simultaneously.
Drumroll, please—UNTHSC’s first Valubility of the Year honorees will be announced at a special event: Dec. 3, Noon-1 p.m. MET 109-111 Food and giveaways featured!
Where will UNTHSC be in five years? Dr. Michael Williams will share our plan for the future, called “See 2020,” in an on-campus Forum:
UNT Health’s Terry Stevenson almost couldn’t believe the words she was hearing as the medical assistant read the CT scan results over the phone: “Metastatic cancer ….” But she hasn’t let that diagnosis keep her from the job she loves.
The wait is over! high5 card stands are being restocked. Please check the high5 stand closest to you, and let the high5’s commence!
Glenn Dillon, PhD, rejoins UNTHSC this month as Vice Provost for Health Institutes and Professor of Pharmacology and Neuroscience.
One of Jessica Johnson’s goals this year was to launch three new programs in the Office of Student Development, and to reassess a current program. Accomplishing that would require hard work. But Johnson, a Student Services Associate, knew that La’Cresha Moore would be there to support her each step of the way.
Once again, UNTHSC is paying half the registration fee for teammates to participate in the annual FitWorth Challenge – a friendly competition to see which Fort Worth organization’s employees can rack up the most activity minutes from Feb. 2 to March 13.